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Out-Of-Placers #73 by Valsalia Out-Of-Placers #73 by Valsalia
FIRST: The Out-Of-Placers 001

Seriously, it's not like he does it on purpose every time.
Just like... most of them.



Thanks again to Caedere (NSFW www.furaffinity.net/user/caede…), who handled the character colors/shading on this page, letting me keep up a decent schedule while giving my arm and its stabby nerves a chance to rest! She has a comic of her own goin' on (which just started to involve some TF), so check it out!
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:icondarthzilla:
Darthzilla Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2018
So, I started imagining a heavily pregnant Kass laying in bed with her legs in stirrups, puffing panting and straining, all the while clawing at Lopin and screaming "This is all your fault! You did this to me!" and the two women who helped make Kass' uniform acting as midwives completely misunderstanding what she meant...

Is that so wrong?
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:iconlouseybum:
Louseybum Featured By Owner Edited Jul 2, 2018
Is the scholar telling kass to get pregnant?
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:iconpsychochick52:
Psychochick52 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2018
Sorry to nitpick but, how did Kass regain the ability to make the "th" sound?
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:iconnezumiyuki:
NezumiYuki Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
Poor Kass just can't win...  She's ONLY JUST getting to grips with her gender and body switch... It's still a bit early to talk about "funzies" isn't it Ran the Science Man?

It almost sounds as if you've asked Vizzy to pick out her Patriarch partner for the night or something?

Must be Poak!

In fact I'm sure it's him! :XD:
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:iconlukaner-z:
lukaner-Z Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2018
hmm, kass really needs to trim that tail, it's so fluffy though. 
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:iconaj-lethal:
AJ-Lethal Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
It's a miracle Kass didn't shit a house when (s)he was first aware of that fact
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:iconlunarscorpion1990:
LunarScorpion1990 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2018
I'm certain you had those Z's fixed yesterday, but for some reason, they've reverted back to T's.
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:iconmoondragon01:
moondragon01 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh ho, now we get to see the baby yinglets! this ought to be interesting.
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:iconlukaner-z:
lukaner-Z Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2018
Val already showed them in a spin off comic.
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:iconmoondragon01:
moondragon01 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Granted, it was a couple frames.
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:icongaldireonai:
GaldirEonai Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
Yep. He's fully capable of doing this completely by accident.
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:iconumbrascythe:
UmbraScythe Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ohh, we soon get to see the sacred spawn pits!
Man, dose Kass looks both tired and annoyed in the fifth picture, just how we like him! 
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:iconlunarscorpion1990:
LunarScorpion1990 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
It'll be great to finally see a properly thought out Yinglet nursery. Untill now, the only reference to it has been my own hasty quick-drawn hatching scene. At least, as far as I could find.
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:icongaldireonai:
GaldirEonai Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
I'm imagining something like the baby raptor scene from Jurassic Park, only sillier (because Yinglets) :P.
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potyka Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
I've always tought that it s something Mad Max like, where after hatching the inspect the younglings, and they keep the promising ones, and females close after, and the average, and ones with lesser traits are tossed out, where some "couple" takes them in.
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:iconlunarscorpion1990:
LunarScorpion1990 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
Exactly UmbraScythe's reaction to The First Of Beizel :) (Smile) 
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:iconlunarscorpion1990:
LunarScorpion1990 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
Poor Kass. Having put endure such an infuriating conversation with Ran right after Elim posed akward questions about his intimacy. Not to mention having to see what might happen to him when he's just not ready for it. Btw, is it me, or does Kass' tail fluff seem to get bushier with each page?

I'm surprised so many fans don't know Yinglets lay eggs, it's been mentionned several times before. Even if thay didn't read the field guides, there was still Galen's speculation a few pages back.

Thanks Caedere, for the shading, your style stands out nicely especially on hair and fur.
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:iconsitriabyss:
SitriAbyss Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Interesting. So they are like chickens? laying eggs frequently?
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:iconrphb:
rphb Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
okay this is new tot me, I always thought that yinglets were mammals. I mean don't they have Mammary glands?
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:icongaldireonai:
GaldirEonai Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
They're a mix of mammalian, reptile and avian traits and seem to originate from what seems to be a completely alien ecosystem (aside from a handful of familiar species that humans may have brought with them). Earth rules don't apply :P.
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:iconjim-san:
Jim-San Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
There are mammal species which do lay eggs and still provide milk to their young, anything within the Monotremata order which includes the Platypus.

Best description of Yinglets would be they are hollow-boned Monotremes, however given how wild their genetic mutations can be it is hard to guess if they were related to a common ancestor with a more Synapsid like Yinglet to bridge the gap between their mammal and avian/reptile features or if these features were just a fluke chance which happened to benefit their species as a whole.
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rphb Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
Earth rules are universal, change one little detail and everything goes to fuck.
But please point out their so called "avian" and "reptilian" traits, because as far as I can see, everything about them screams mammal
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:icongaldireonai:
GaldirEonai Featured By Owner Edited Jun 24, 2018
For starters, the way they move and their ecological niche are both based on these guys: 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGeTa4…

(Cute film, incidentally :P).

Their tails are comparable in shape and function to those of the lightweight theropod dinosaurs that eventually evolved into modern birds, too. Replace their fur with feathers (which some randomly-mutated yinglet has almost certainly done :P) and you've got something that definitely matches the maniraptoran (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manirapt… ) "blueprint".

The obvious mammal traits are the mammaries on the females, the hands (rodent-like, I'd say) and the ears. Everything else is avian or based on one of their precursors.
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:iconrphb:
rphb Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
1) That was a cartoon, not a video of how any real birds move
2) there tails are much more like a kangaroo, which is a mammal, and let us not forget their fur, something that is also unique to mammals.
And ye have to understand that mammals are the most versatile class in the animal kingdom.
Indrils have insect-like proportions, but they are clearly not insects for the simple reason that they are too big to be insects. I would really love to dissect one. I am sure I would find both blood and bones in there as well as several advanced organs like lungs, liver and heart
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:icongaldireonai:
GaldirEonai Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
That cartoon is a very good representation of how various types of shorebird move. Birds which the artist has cited as one of his main inspirations for the Yinglets :P.
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rphb Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
birds hop, they don't walk or run like a yinglet can, and beyond the notion that they should have hollow bonds there are not really anything birdlike about them, and as I said, they have mammary glades you can milk them
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:iconnot-quite-lilac:
Here you go:
• Sandpiper running along waves at a beach: www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDhKyB…
• Chinese Egret running, or perhaps just walking quickly: www.hbw.com/ibc/video/chinese-…
• A roadrunner. Guess what it's doing? www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5yBL6…
• Secretary bird running at Denver Zoo. It looks like it'd rather be flying but it still counts: www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6HO12…
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PhantasyPen Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018  Hobbyist Writer
I haven't read the "Life of Yinglet" pages in a while, but as I recall Yinglets are hollow-boned to say the least, and their jaw structure and traditional diet is similar to a small reptile's. They're basically sentient platypi.
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:iconrphb:
rphb Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
but aren't platypi mammals too?
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:iconvalsalia:
Valsalia Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
They, and yinglets, are both a sort of monotreme!

Platypi have a lotta other weird stuff going on with them, like having 10 chromosomes
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:iconnot-quite-lilac:
I was just looking up how many chromosomes other stuff has (Pineapples have 50!) but apparently platypi have a total of 52 chromosomes; 10 of which are sex chromosomes.
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:iconrphb:
rphb Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
only 10 chromosomes, really?
Don't humans have like 48 or something
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:iconslowkingrock3r:
SlowkingRock3r Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2018
humans have 2 sex chromosomes and 46 other chromosomes, platypi have 10 sex chromosomes and 42 other chromosomes
number of chromosomes isn't as important as the info stored on them, for instance, ferns have 1,260 chromosomes
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:iconnot-quite-lilac:
Not-Quite-Lilac Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2018
To be fair, pineapples have 50.
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:iconbunny75:
bunny75 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
This requires revenge. Go throw up in his shoes when he is sleeping.
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:iconmoondragon01:
moondragon01 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
You forgot Kass' accent!
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:iconmoondragon01:
moondragon01 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I didn't see nothin'... ;)
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:iconpegazus14:
pegazus14 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2018  Student Traditional Artist
I dunno I would be excited as hell if I had the chance to be a yinglet.
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:icontattygumcancer:
TattyGumcancer Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2018
Get fricked
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:iconslowkingrock3r:
SlowkingRock3r Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2018
you like the sight of your own blood?
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:icontattygumcancer:
TattyGumcancer Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
*THIS IS IT FOR YOU*
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:iconslowkingrock3r:
SlowkingRock3r Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
This is gonna hurt you a lot, and me not at all
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:icontattygumcancer:
TattyGumcancer Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
Never shoulda come here...
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:iconslowkingrock3r:
SlowkingRock3r Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2018
When I find you I'm gonna eat your spleen
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:icontattygumcancer:
TattyGumcancer Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2018
WHY
WON'T
YOU
DIIIIIIIIIE?!
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:iconslowkingrock3r:
SlowkingRock3r Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2018
I love it when they fight back!
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StardustMoonlight1 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
oh wow they lay eggs, neat 
Though... wouldn't that also mean by every menstrual period 
they lay an egg but not fertile? 
Or no?  
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:iconrailbaron1:
railbaron1 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2018
Yinglets lay eggs, but they look so Mammalian. Then again given there size Eggs are far more practical.
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:iconmywayorzimbabwe:
mywayorzimbabwe Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Between the subject matter and the foreshadowing going on here: things are about to get weird. Educational in a sense as well, but mostly weird... ...Go on.
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